We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
2454 North McMullen Booth Road,
Clearwater, FL 33759
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When you feed Florida's wild birds in your backyard, it shows that you value having a daily relationship with nature and that you are willing to take action to foster it.
Like many of us, if you have been feeding Florida's wild birds for a while…you probably have a reputation. Your friends, neighbors and relatives likely see you as a person who loves nature, and they value your willingness to share the joy of “your” backyard birds at a moment's notice.
Your hobby and your wild bird backyard habitat truly count as things that are important to you.
The Great Backyard Bird Count gives you the opportunity to make them count even more than ever by participating in this annual event which links citizens with scientists in an effort to collect important data about backyard wild birds.
The GBBC is a joint project of Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society and is sponsored by Wild Birds Unlimited. It takes place each February. Count the birds in your backyard, and then simply report the information online at http://gbbc.birdcount.org/.
Your information becomes part of an extensive data base that is analyzed by scientists to better understand important trends in wild bird populations, range expansions, habitat changes and shifts in migration patterns.
Make your Florida backyard count even more for the wild birds when you participate in this year’s GBBC. And to ensure Florida's wild birds all show up to be counted, visit our Clearwater/Safety Harbor Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop for the widest variety of great wild bird products!
Cupid isn’t the only winged object that Florida needs to watch out for this month. In 1994, the United States Congress proclaimed February to be National Bird Feeding Month!
Backyard bird feeding is enjoyed by over 52 million North Americans. And while February is National Wild Bird Feeding Month, with the right provisions, people can enjoy a wide variety of Florida's backyard birds all year long.
The Great Backyard Bird Count, a joint project between the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and the National Audubon Society, also occurs this month. Individuals, families, schools and organizations are invited to count Florida's wild birds at bird feeders and in backyards, Florida's local parks or other locations. Those tallies are then reported online through the Great Backyard Bird Count web site. This data helps define bird ranges, populations, migration pathways and habitat needs.
The count is fun, easy and educational. It’s also a terrific way for Cornell and Audubon to learn more about the abundance and distribution of bird species.
People can increase the variety of wild birds that visit their Florida backyard habitats by providing the appropriate foods in the right location.
Florida's wild birds usual fall into three feeding categories: ground-feeding, elevated feeding and a combination of both. For example, goldfinches prefer to eat Nyjer® (thistle seed) from a hanging tube feeder, whereas juncos generally eat millet on the ground, and cardinals most often feed on the ground, but will also use elevated feeders.
Stop by the Clearwater/Safety Harbor Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop on North McMullen Booth Rd. and let us show you how you can attract feathered friends to your Florida backyard!
The Great Backyard Bird Count is a 4-day event that that takes place each February and is designed to engage bird watchers of all ages in counting wild birds to create a real-time snapshot of where the birds are around the world.
Everyone is welcome--from beginning bird watchers to experts. It takes as little as 15 minutes on one day, or you can count for as long as you like each day of the event. It's free, fun, and easy—and it helps the birds.
Participants tally the number of individual birds of each species they see during their count period. They enter these numbers on the GBBC website.
To learn more about the GBBC, or to enter a checklist please visit: www.birdcount.org